A teacher friend of mine share a Bored Teachers post called "14 Types of Teachers You're Sure to Find in Any School". She posted the numbers that described her, and I did the same. Just so you know, I'm 1, 5, and 11. Sometimes 7. So yeah, I'm THAT teacher. Let me explain with a… Continue reading Yep, I’m THAT Teacher- Type A, All the Way!
Adopting a new textbook is a wonderful time in a school family's life. Just think- you're seeing this brand new baby curriculum in all its sales pitch glory. Shiny new boxes with video screens. Bags, backpacks, crisp, new books and consumables, online platforms- it's enough to make any teacher's head spin! Look at this one!… Continue reading Oh, look! It’s a brand new baby…curriculum! It must be adoption time, huh?
April is National Poetry Month, as every good English educator knows, and I wanted to celebrate by sharing my students' work. Those are the best kinds of posts, right? Seeing the culmination of your instruction and their hard work is inspiring! For this particular project- Poetry Project: Exploring Poetic Forms- the students choose from a… Continue reading Poetry, Poetry, Poetry!- Celebrate National Poetry Month
Hi. My name's Kourtney, and I'm a school supplies addict. *Hi, Kourtney!* My addiction started when I was in middle school with colored pens. And markers. And colorful notebook paper. And Trapper Keepers. You get the picture. This obsession/hoarding behavior is something that I live with every day. And NO. I don't want a cure.… Continue reading My (Un)Healthy Obsession with School Supplies- A Teacher’s Confession
You know when you find something, and it becomes the best thing that ever happened? Then you realize you'd seen it years ago and missed the boat on using it all this time? Yeah, that's where I'm at. Enter Classroom Screen Before spring break, I attended five days of training. I learned SO many things… Continue reading Classroom Screen: Where Has This Been All My Life? Adding Structure to my Schedule